Basic Allowance for Military Housing to Increase 3.8 Percent

The Village at NTC has been used as a model for redevelopment of military housing throughout the country. Photo credit: epa.gov

The Village at NTC has been used as a model for redevelopment of military housing throughout the country. Photo credit: epa.gov

The Department of Defense announced military families on average will receive a 3.8 percent increase in their housing allowance.

That translates to between $55 and $60 a month for military with dependents depending their rank. The basic allowance for housing is calculated on the median current renter’s market; an average of utilities; average renter’s insurance.

The increase does not apply to members reporting to new locations. Details on how the BAH is calculated is available HERE.

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